Medicare Part D
Despite the well-documented success of the Medicare Part D prescription drug plan, a rule proposed earlier this year by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services would have negatively impacted Part D – jeopardizing access to needed medicines and reducing choices for Hoosiers.
What we’re seeing in Indiana and nationally is a Republican Party that doesn’t recognize it lost the crucial rubber match.
Right from the start, the Medicare Part D program was a phenomenal success. Providing prescription drug coverage for 850,000 seniors in Indiana alone, the health security afforded by Part D benefits union and nonunion members alike.
Pearl Pathways, a life sciences consulting firm, recently announced plans to expand its operations in Indianapolis. This decision serves as a clear reminder that biopharmaceutical research plays a vitally important role in the Indiana economy.
Millions of working Americans are still without health insurance, and many more worry about whether they'll be able to afford their existing coverage due to rising health costs.
Indiana is fortunate to be home to a biopharmaceutical industry that is healthy for Hoosiers. The industry creates new technologies for medical treatment as well as a significant number of local jobs.
Few federal programs have been as successful as Medicare's drug benefit plan. That success is now threatened.
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